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Today's Features

  • The Bridge Community presents its 6th performance of “Behold the Lamb of God: The True Tall Tale of the Coming of Christ” at 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

    It is a singer-songwriter-style concert written by Andrew Peterson that tells the tale of the anticipation and arrival of Jesus in Bethlehem, said worship and arts pastor Matt Black.

    The style of the concert mixes folk, bluegrass, country and rock, he said.

  • Glen Rice and friends will offer Christmas entertainment at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Hodgenville Civic Center.

    Rice performs traditional and gospel Christmas favorites and some original music in “Christmas at the Center: A Lost and Found Christmas.”

    Other musicians include Amber Martin, Pat Portman, Roger Conley, Camille Turner, Ron Benningfield, Eddie Black, Ricky Puckett, Glenn Williams and Lou Bingham.

    Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Doors open at 2 p.m.

  • Dream interpretation is part of the plot of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”

    Dream realization is a fringe benefit for the actor playing the title role in the Hardin County Playhouse production, and the play provides other actors special opportunities as well.

    Ben D’Amico, 17, landed the title role after a last-minute decision to audition. Winning the role fulfilled a dream he had since he was 13.

  • Per the tradition of The Woman’s Club of Elizabethtown, books are presented to the library upon the death of a spouse or immediate family member. In the past few months, member Betty Hilliard passed away and her family chose “Sky Color” by Peter H. Reynolds, a book about art for ages 5 through 8 and it encourages young artists to paint and “Raven Boys” by Maggie Stiefvater . Hilliard’s family also gave many of her paperback book collection, which in turn was given to the VA Hospital in Louisville.

  • Radcliff Presbyterian Church Pastor Dr. John Lentz recently recently invited to speak at the world’s largest hypnosis conference held in Bremen, Germany. Lentz’s workshop was entitled, “How to Stay in Love Forever”.  

    Attendees were from Iran, Israel, South Africa, Australia, Germany, China, France, Italy and the Ukraine.

    Lentz uses a blend of the Bible and psychological principles in his work as a therapist and in his ministry.

  • Archie Mack, president of the Lincoln Trail Amateur Radio Club inspects the shelter supplies that recently were donated to SpringHaven Domestic Violence Shelter in Elizabethtown. The various supplies were donated by the club membership as part of the annual Christmas community outreach.

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  • Brownie Girl Scout Troop 1558 members from St. James recently filled 532 bags of food at Feeding America and earned their philanthropist badge.

  • I attended the November Christian Women Connection Luncheon and Bazaar and was delighted to find out that instead of the usual catered lunch, members of the group combined their efforts for a delicious meal.

    When asked, two members were eager to share with you some of their favorite recipes that were served that day. All would be good for a holiday meal. Add bread and beverage and you are all set to make a hit with family and friends.

  • By KAREN SKEES

    The Christmas season is a busy time at the Family Resource and Youth Services center thanks to the generosity and giving spirit of many individuals and groups in our community. Each year, before Thanksgiving, calls start to come in to our center from folks who want to sponsor children and/or families for Christmas.